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Best Italian Cheese Shops in Rome

Best Italian Cheese Shops in Rome

By Kate Zagorski

Our 5 Favorite Places in Rome to Buy Cheese

One of the great joys of visiting the Eternal City is sampling and buying Italian cheese, which is widely available across town but may be harder to find (or considerably more expensive) back home. Whether you want to buy and eat right away, or vacuum seal your purchases for travel, this is the Local Aromas pick of the best Italian cheese shops in Rome.

Prosciutto Crudo Italy

by Kate Zagorski

A Guide to Italian Prosciutto Crudo

The word ‘prosciutto’ simply means ham in Italian and may be with ‘crudo’ (dry-cured) or ‘cotto’ (cooked). Generally, the word denotes the cured variety, the production of which dates back to ancient times, when the process of salting and drying was used to preserve meat. Nowadays there are many types of prosciutto, ranging from salty to sweet, from delicately smooth to more robust textures.

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